Fw: Garbled data in keyservers

Stefan Claas stefan.claas at posteo.de
Sun Dec 9 20:36:25 CET 2018

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Datum: Sun, 9 Dec 2018 20:35:41 +0100
Von: Stefan Claas <stefan.claas at posteo.de>
An: Dirk Gottschalk <dirk.gottschalk1980 at googlemail.com>
Betreff: Re: Garbled data in keyservers

On Sun, 09 Dec 2018 20:26:21 +0100, Dirk Gottschalk wrote:

Hi Dirk,

> > I don't think so. Create an anon account at ProtonMail via Tor for
> > example and then do "funny stuff" with those keys.    
> Nah, the server code has just to be modified, then a plausibility
> check could be established if the UID is a valid one, or an abusive.
> This would disable abusive UIDs with malicious data.  

Well, if one creates a valid UID for ProtonMail, for example, the
the Server needs then also to check additional UID's or "funny" sigs,
right? A key which would bear a CA sig would imho not have such
additional and funny UID's or sigs, because it would make the key owner
look a bit stupid, i would say.



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